There is a common misconception that kundalini yoga is dangerous, but this is not necessarily true. Kundalini yoga is a form of yoga that involves the awakening of the kundalini energy, which is believed to be a powerful force that lies dormant at the base of the spine.
Kundalini Yoga is a radically transformative practice, but should one be cautious when it comes to practicing? In this blog I share my experiences with the Kundalini energy rising and what you should be aware of as you go deep seeking the Kundalini Mathr Shakti.
When the Mathr Shakti is awakened and rises up through the chakras (energy centers in the body), it is thought to bring about cathartic physical, emotional, and spiritual transformation.
While some people have reported intense physical or emotional experiences during or after practicing kundalini yoga, it is important to note that the vast majority these experiences are not necessarily negative or dangerous. In fact, many people find that the practices of kundalini yoga bring about positive changes in their lives.
WHAT ASPECTS OF KUNDALINI YOGA IS DANGEROUS?
It is not accurate to say that any specific aspect of kundalini yoga is inherently dangerous. Kundalini yoga is a spiritual practice that involves physical postures (asanas), breath work (pranayama), and meditation techniques, and these practices are generally considered to be safe when practiced under the guidance of a qualified and experienced teacher.
However, it is important for individuals to be mindful of their own physical limitations and to listen to their bodies when practicing any form of yoga, including kundalini yoga.
It is also important to be aware that some people may experience intense physical or emotional sensations during or after practicing kundalini yoga, and it is important for individuals to have a supportive and safe environment in which to process these experiences.
If you are interested in practicing kundalini yoga, it is important to find a qualified and experienced teacher who can guide you through the practice safely and provide support and guidance as needed.
It is also a good idea to consult with a healthcare provider before starting any new physical activity, if this is of concern.